Wired PR News.com – The Senate may become filled with a democratic majority after Tuesday if those who seek a filibuster proof Congress get their way. Democrats are also hoping to expand their political power in the House of Representatives.
As reported by AFP, polls have indicated that 25 more seats may be added to the current 36 that are filled by Democrats. Republicans are stated to be afraid that the potential win for Democratic presidential candidate Barack Obama may be compounded with overwhelming losses for their party positions in Congress.
The economic crisis has been credited with helping Democrats take major leads in various polls on national and statewide scales. Another setback for the Republicans is their same party affiliation with the current Administration, namely widely unpopular President George Bush.
With less than two days before Election Day, media sources and political analysts continue to track various polls and try to predict the final outcome of the election.